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Offender Healthcare Services within North East Prisons.

NHS Commissioning Board | Published December 16, 2014
Winner
Spectrum Community Health CIC, Lifeline Project
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85000000, 33600000, 85121100, 85149000, 85140000

NHS England Health and Justice (North East and Cumbria) wants to commission providers of Offender Healthcare Services including: — GP Services, including pharmacy provision and escort responsibility; and — Non Clinical Substance Misuse services.

Liaison and Diversion Healthcare Services in Custody Settings.

National Health Service Comissioning Board | Published December 2, 2014  -  Deadline December 15, 2014
cpvs
85000000, 85323000, 90743200, 75100000, 85320000, 85000000, 85323000, 90743200, 75100000, 85320000, 85000000, 85323000, 90743200, 75100000, 85320000, 85000000, 85323000, 90743200, 75100000, 85320000

NHS England wishes to commission providers of Healthcare Services to provide all-age Liaison and Diversion Services within Custody Settings across the North East of England. The Services will be divided geographically by police area into 3 lots: Lot 1 — Northumbria, Lot 2 — Durham, Lot 3 — Cleveland. Liaison and Diversion (‘L&D’) Services exist to identify offenders who have mental health, learning disability or substance misuse vulnerabilities when they first come into contact with the criminal justice system. These services identify mental health issues and vulnerabilities that offenders may have so that they can either be supported through the criminal justice system pathway or diverted into a treatment, social care service or other relevant intervention or support service. L&D Services aim to improve health outcomes, reduce re-offending and identify vulnerabilities earlier, thus reducing the likelihood that offenders will reach crisis point. The service should be accessible at the earliest stage once an individual is suspected of having committed a criminal offence, be available at the point of need and be available at, but not be limited to, the following locations: — Police engagement with children and young people in community settings, including restorative justice; — Police custody suites; — Voluntary attendees at police stations (or other prosecuting authorities); — Magistrates' courts; — Youth courts; — The Crown court; — Probation services; — Youth offending teams.

Liaison and Diversion Healthcare Services in Custody Settings.

National Health Service Comissioning Board | Published April 21, 2015
Winner
Tees Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation
cpvs
85000000, 85323000, 90743200, 75100000, 85320000

NHS England has commissioned providers of Healthcare Services to provide all-age Liaison and Diversion Services within Custody Settings across the North East of England. The Services are divided geographically by police area into 3 lots: Lot 1 — Northumbria Lot 2 — Durham Lot 3 — Cleveland Liaison and Diversion (‘L&D’) Services exist to identify offenders who have mental health, learning disability or substance misuse vulnerabilities when they first come into contact with the criminal justice system. These services identify mental health issues and vulnerabilities that offenders may have so that they can either be supported through the criminal justice system pathway or diverted into a treatment, social care service or other relevant intervention or support service. L&D Services aim to improve health outcomes, reduce reoffending and identify vulnerabilities earlier, thus reducing the likelihood that offenders will reach crisis point. The service should be accessible at the earliest stage once an individual is suspected of having committed a criminal offence, be available at the point of need and be available at, but not be limited to, the following locations: — Police engagement with children and young people in community settings, including restorative justice; — Police custody suites; — Voluntary attendees at police stations (or other prosecuting authorities); — Magistrates' courts; — Youth courts; — The Crown court; — Probation services; — Youth offending teams.

Older People's Service at HMP Northumberland

 | Published March 30, 2016  -  Deadline April 15, 2016
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85000000

NHS England (Cumbria and the North East) wishes to invite written quotes for the provision of a service for older people within HMP Northumberland. The aims of the service include: To make contact with every prisoner over 50 and provide information regarding access to social care, healthcare and prison services. To develop a range of sources of information, activities and support to older people within HMP Northumberland. To develop and support integrated working within the prison and other stakeholders such as healthcare providers and health trainers. To act as expert adviser to commissioners and prison Senior Management Team to further improve services for prisoners. To support the rehabilitation and resettlement process to ensure prisoners have access to information and support pre-release or transfer. Provide advocacy service for older people to support prisoners to express their needs effectively and improve mental health and wellbeing.

Provision of older person support within North East Prisons

NHS England (Cumbria and the North East) | Published March 8, 2017  -  Deadline March 24, 2017
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85100000

NHS England wish to commission a service across the North East which will make contact with every prisoner over 50 and provide information regarding access to social care, healthcare and prison services.

Aycliffe Secure Children's Home Psychosocial Substance Misuse Service.

NHS England: Cumbria and the North East | Published November 18, 2015  -  Deadline December 11, 2015
cpvs
85140000

NHS England is seeking to procure a Psychosocial Substance Misuse Service in Aycliffe Secure Children's Home. The contract on offer will be for a period of 3 years. The Service has 3 overarching outcomes that align with the outcomes for Young People's substance misuse services in the community. — Reduce the harm caused from the use of drugs, smoking and alcohol by children and Young People; — Improve the health, social and family functioning of children and young people; — Reduce crime and reoffending. The service is to provide substance misuse specific psychosocial interventions to all young people who require targeted or specialist interventions resident within the Secure Children's Home. There is often an overlap between substance misuse, mental health and learning disability problems; it is imperative that the service builds a close working relationship with the CAMHS provider to ensure that a joint care planned approach and multi-agency care plan review process is in place. This will require working in partnership with GP’s, primary care nurses, consultants, CAMHS colleagues, Home staff and other key stakeholders. The Provider will deliver a psychosocial substance misuse service providing all appropriate interventions. The psychosocial service provider will ensure: — Comprehensive assessment of substance related need; — Evidence based support/interventions addressing both targeted and specialist substance misuse need; — Continuity of care on release or transfer. The basic principles of the open procurement route will be forwarded for this procurement to test the capacity, capability and technical competence of Tenderers in accordance with Part B regime of The Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (as amended). Regulation 120 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 provides for a temporary exemption for NHS healthcare procurements before 18.4.2016. Under the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 the Contracting Authority must consider: (a) how what is proposed to be procured might improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of the area where it exercises its functions, and (b) how, in conducting the process of procurement, it might act with a view to securing that improvement. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=166115

HMP Haverigg Pharmacy Services

NHS England (Cumbria and the North East) | Published September 5, 2016  -  Deadline October 17, 2016
cpvs
85000000

North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) is managing this procurement process for and on behalf of NHS England - North (Cumbria and the North East) seeking to procure Pharmacy Services at HMP Haverigg.The aims of the service are to provide a high quality primary care pharmacy service that is preventatively focused and meets the needs of prisoners within HMP Haverigg.The objectives of the prison Pharmacy service include:- The pharmaceutical service will be primarily concerned with patients and their safe and effective treatment with medicines, which complies with statutory requirements, Prison Rules and Standing Orders, Prison Service Healthcare Standards and professional and ethical codes of practice.- The registered pharmacy provider will deliver a full pharmaceutical service providing all essential services as detailed under the National Pharmacy Contract.

HMP Haverigg Dental Services

NHS England (Cumbria and the North East) | Published September 5, 2016  -  Deadline October 17, 2016
cpvs
85000000

North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) is managing this procurement process for and on behalf of NHS England - North (Cumbria and the North East) seeking to procure Dental Services at HMP Haverigg.The aims of the service are to provide a high quality primary care dental service that is preventatively focused and meets the needs of prisoners within HMP Haverigg. The service will also aim to improve oral health and reduce oral health inequalities and deliver improved prisoner outcomes including improved access to oral healthcare for the prison population.The objectives of the prison dental service are:To provide a high quality, evidence based flexible, responsive and equitable service for 52 weeks a year which has parity with general dental service provision and meets the needs of prisoners.

HMP Haverigg GP Services

NHS England (Cumbria and the North East) | Published September 5, 2016  -  Deadline October 17, 2016
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85000000

North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) is managing this procurement process for and on behalf of NHS England - North (Cumbria and the North East) seeking to procure GP Services at HMP Haverigg.The aims of the service are to provide a high quality GP service that is preventatively focused and meets the needs of prisoners within HMP Haverigg.There is potentially a possibility that there will be changes to the prisons estate in the future, and we would work with the healthcare providers to manage any changes.The GP service will:- Provide a primary care general medical service (excluding out of hours) that meets the needs of patients;- Provide services that are equitable with community provision, including access;- Provide services which meet the establishment's specific requirements for primary care medical input.
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